CPD Training Event at the University of Northampton in partnership with UKAT UK Academic Advising and Tutoring! The History team at Northampton and the East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning in HE is pleased to announce that booking is open for our upcoming inspiring workshop, 'Managing Students in Distress'. Working with trainers from... Continue Reading →
Glimpses into Others’ Lives at the British Museum
History is all about stories. The stories we tell ourselves about the past. The stories we tell ourselves about the past, about our communities, about ourselves. The British Museum’s vast and world-famous collections hold multiple examples of stories around the globe. Some of these stories are easily accessible to us via the objects. Others are... Continue Reading →
Holocaust Memorial Day and Ordinary People
Remembering the Holocaust is something I have been involved with at my university since I started working here over ten years ago. As a researcher who focuses on more recent forms of fascist and far right politics, recalling the horrors of fascist violence has in many ways never seemed more important. In recent years, antisemitism... Continue Reading →
Calling all East Midlands History Postgraduate Researchers and Early Career Researchers: We Need You!
Being a postgraduate researcher in History can be challenging, especially when preparing to enter the university or college classroom for the first time or when teaching new materials or potentially sensitive topics. We want to hear from you! We want to help! The East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning (EMC) is a professional... Continue Reading →
Responding to the Future: Future Directions in History Degrees and the East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning – Forum and Discussion Event
Online Event, 14th September 2022 We need your views and ideas! We’re delighted to announce that Northampton is the new host of the East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning in HE! The East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning (EMC) is a professional development network of History researchers and academics. The Centre... Continue Reading →
Is our ‘freedom loving country’ about to become to a more heavily policed state?
I think that everyone, from whatever political perspective, will agree that the events of Saturday night in Clapham were regrettable. The image broadcast to the world was of a large gathering of women protesting male violence and mourning the death of a young woman with her whole life ahead of her. For this vigil... Continue Reading →